List number: 1024980
List grade: 2
Tyne & Wear HER: 5028
Post code: NE15 8HZ
Grid ref: NZ1730366198

Walbottle Hall


Walbottle Hall is a large 18th century house in Walbottle, Newcastle. Ann Potter, the mother of the famous industrialist, Lord Armstrong, was born at Walbottle Hall in 1780. Later it was the home of the Spencer family, owners of the Newburn Iron Works. The Hall was used as a place for recuperation for soldiers injured during the First World War. In more recent times Walbottle Hall was used as the setting for an episode of Wire in the Blood, starring Robson Green. Walbottle Hall is a Grade II Listed building.

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Walbottle Hall

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Walbottle Hall from Hexham Road

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Entrance to Walbottle Hall from Queens Road

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Walbottle Hall from the North

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WALBOTTLE HALL, NUMBERS 4 AND 5 WALBOTTLE HALL GARDENS, AND OUTBUILDINGS - List Entry
- "C18 House, now nos 4 and 5 Walbottle Hall Gardens, and C19 left addition, now Walbottle Hall. C18 part: local pinkish brick in English garden wall bond, now mostly pebble-dashed ...

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Lord William Armstrong (1810-1900)
- William George Armstrong was born on 26th November 1810, in Shieldfield, Newcastle.
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Tyne and Wear HER(5028): Walbottle, Walbottle Hall
- "18th century house, now 4 and 5 Walbottle Hall Gardens, and 19th century addition now Walbottle Hall. 18th century part - local pinkish brick in English garden wall bond, now mostly ...

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Historic Grade-II listed Walbottle hall outside Newcastle up for sale
- Chronicle Live, 17th June, 2014. "Walbottle Hall, a Grade-II listed building on the outskirts of Newcastle, has been put on the market by its current owner Norman Richardson. The hall ...

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